Hassan Tourist Places offers a variety of attractions. Over the years Hassan city as attracted tourists from all over the world. Beluru And Halebeedu are the best-known temples of the Hoysala dynasty. The Beluru and Halebeedu temples give a glimpse of Hindu temple art .They are famous for their carvings and splendid architecture. Shravanabelagola is famous for its collection of Jain temples. The Gommateshvara Bahubali statue of this destination is a significant pilgrimage spot for Jains.
Hospet – Hampi
Hospet or Hospete is another heritage town in Karnataka with its rich culture and ancient structures. Hampi, on the banks of the Tungabhadra river, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is the main attraction of the town. The Chariot at Virupakshe Temple in Hampi is the highlight to which tourists, researchers, and students flock. The monuments and the remains of once the rich princely state Vijayanagara Empire are the attractions of Hampi.
The distance between Bangalore to Hospet is 345 km and takes about 6 hours.
Mysore Tourist Places offers a variety of attractions. Over the years Mysore city as attracted tourists from all over the world, to see the splendor of the city of Mysore. Tourist attractions includes prehistoric sites, monuments, museums, forts, temples, mosques, churches and zoo. Ooty is most famous for its tea plantations. Connoisseurs will find plenty to choose from: dust and leaf; black, green, black and white varieties; and flavors such as masala, jasmine, cardamom and even chocolate.
Coorg - Nagarahole – Nisargadhama – Golden Temple (Bylukuppe)
Coorg, When a place is referred to as the Scotland of India, it needs no further introduction. Coorg is a tranquil, little town in Southern Karnataka, cradled in the Western Ghats. It is famous mainly for its austere sights, varied wildlife.
Nagarhole National Park, also known as Rajiv Gandhi National Park, is a wildlife reserve in the South Indian state of Karnataka. Part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, the park is backed by the Brahamagiri Mountains and filled with sandalwood and teak trees. The Kabini River winds through jungle landscapes, home to tigers,